"The Red Buttons Show" moved to NBC; format revamped into more of a sitcom style
Had regular role on the Showtime series "Street Time"
Played the White Rabbit on the CBS musical miniseries, "Alice in Wonderland"
Acted on Broadway after WWII in "Barefoot Boy with Cheek"
Appeared in the feature "It Could Happen to You"
Made Broadway acting debut in a supporting role in "Vickie"
Performed in the Catskills at resorts along the famous "Borscht Belt"; also played in burlesque at Minsky's, among other places
Starred in the title role of the ABC sitcom, "The Double Life of Henry Phyfe"; also performed title theme along with series co-star Fred Clark
Emmy nominated guest-starring role on the drama series "ER" (NBC)
Made cameo appearance in the Rob Reiner-directed comedy-drama "The Story of Us"
Played recurring role of Al Baker on the CBS primetime soap, "Knot's Landing"
Served during WWII; acted onstage in "Winged Victory"
Starred in the CBS sketch comedy and variety show, "The Red Buttons Show"
Made feature film debut in "Winged Victory"
Returned to feature films after an eight-year absence in "18 Again!"
Was a regular on the NBC comic tribute series, "Dean Martin's Celebrity Roast"
Won an amateur night entertainment contest at age 12 (date approximate)
Worked as a combination bellhop and singer at a tavern in the Bronx at age 16; supposedly acquired the nickname "Red Buttons" because of his uniform